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lA.\ ,Y 1111611111,1MURV SPILL 0104113:11EingalkigiG ' , 1 1 1 1.7111 - - - - . .„ -. — - -_-_--_—- --- HALF GUINEA BASKET, IN FANCY MUSLIN OR CHINTZ. 13A_RY LINEN, IN 3 OR 5 GUINEA BOXES Patterns and particulars on application to T. G. YOUNG, LADIES' OUTFITTER, Clapham-road, Lo
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
A VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENT. ACHINESE CADDY, containing 161bs. of really good Black Tea, sent carriage free to any Railway Station

A VALUABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENT. ACHINESE CADDY, containing 161bs. of really good Black Tea, sent carriage free to any Railway Station

or Market town in England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, on receipt of 405., by PHILLIPS and CO., Tea Merchants, 8, King William-street, City, E.C.
December 22, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
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et *lnk gni th iii forelittfto, No. 4.] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866. [PRICE TWOPEN CE. IS RESERVED. ,IGII - / , . • ~ C 4 )-- -, . i• ' •'i'•\ - , • %.•,.; _ fa , ,-- - zy-4 ) • __„.•-k , , /1 ..:Ari- . 'k. • - t io' '' -- j . . ~ \ ,.„.....v , r' - . , - - n-, ,_ , ,J,.,,-. 2 ,
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
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foreign

PRUSSIA. On Saturday the King of Prussia conferred the order of the Black Eagle upon the King and Crown Prince of Denmark. 4 General Stockhausen committed suicide on Sunday morning. It is rumoured that he had been cited to appear before a military tribunal on the 12th inst. A de
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK. THE FENIAN FOLLY.

NOTES OF THE WEEK. THE FENIAN FOLLY.

THE Fenians are still active; and the alarm of a rising before Christmas is increasing. There have been many by no means unimportant arrests during the week, but unfortunately few of the "Centres" have come within the grip of the police. Thus a seizure has been made in Cardiff o
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS IS COMING.

CHRISTMAS IS COMING.

secret is well out. Authors have delivered in their work to managers; scenic artists are well-nigh finishing their labours with paintpot and canvas; the young ladies of the ballet are almost perfect in the lesson which they have been studying for weeks past, and after a short we
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
aeneral 11.0 MS.

aeneral 11.0 MS.

DB. JEAIITRESON is dead. - Couxr Bismencx has resumed his official duties at Berlin. • THE costs of both sides, in the case of "Hunter v. the Pall Mall Gazette," it is said, amount to about £2,000. IT is estimated that a quarter of a million of people witnessed the Royal visit t
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
GIVRY (late Melnotte), respectfully V. announces to his Patrons amongst the Nobility and Gentry that he has returned from Paris

GIVRY (late Melnotte), respectfully V. announces to his Patrons amongst the Nobility and Gentry that he has returned from Paris

with all the novelties of the season in Bijouterie, Lingerie, and Melnotte's boots, shoes and gloves, and amongst other articles a great variety of fashionable Jet Ornaments, and of Fancy Peplums. 28, Old Bond-street, W.
December 15, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
AS LADY'S MAID, a highly respec t a bl e Person, aged 28, who is a good hairdresser, dressmaker, dm.,

AS LADY'S MAID, a highly respec t a bl e Person, aged 28, who is a good hairdresser, dressmaker, dm.,

and thoroughly understands her duties, with upwards of 12 months' good character.—Address, A. N., Winter's, 205, Oxford-street, W.
December 1, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England
 
Coughs, Asthma, and Incipient Consumption are effectually Cured by - EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. rfIS WORLD-RENOWNED MEDICINE, which has obtained s

Coughs, Asthma, and Incipient Consumption are effectually Cured by - EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. rfIS WORLD-RENOWNED MEDICINE, which has obtained s

uch celebrity in al l p arts of the Globe for curing the above-named complaints and other Affections of the Chest and Pulmonary Organs, is strongly recommended to all suffering from any of the above disorders, as One Trial will be sufficient to prove their undoubted efficacy, be
December 1, 1866 - Lady's Own Paper - London, London, England